If you like well-researched and well-written nonfiction on hot-button issues like diversity, police, and the modern political moment, look no further than the books of Heather MacDonald.
Though I haven’t read any of her books yet, I’m fascinated by Colleen Oakes as an author.
When I came across the ARC for Stolen Time on Edelweiss, I was immediately intrigued, and when I began looking at Danielle Rollins’ other work, I was sold.
Here are all four books by Ashley Elston you can binge read if you like mysteries and complicated relationships and heightened high school drama.
Kieran Scott (also known by her pen name Kate Brian) is an author I was obsessed with in high school. The Private series drew me in like nothing else, and once I discovered that Kate Brian was a pen name, I started looking at the work of Kieran Scott under her own name
It’s a new year and maybe a new you, or a new version of you, or you’re just trying to make some changes. We all do it, even if we don’t realize it.
If you love thrills and politics and history, you’re going to love Meltzer’s books.
Sometimes, after a hard day, all I want to do is curl up and loss myself in young love and a rom-com. That’s what Jenn Bennett’s books do
Ian McEwan is one of my favorite authors and I am always fascinated to see the movie adaptations of his novels.
I don’t always benefit from them, but I’m always fascinated by self-help and motivational books, and Jen Sincero is the new queen of that genre.
Markus Zusack is back with a new book, Bridge of Clay, and in honor of it, let’s take a lot at all of the book he has published.
I discovered Emma Mills when one of her books, Foolish Hearts, was featured in the Owlcrate box back in December 2017.